Selena Gomez and The Weeknd Definitely Aren’t Moving In Together Yet

But they can go furniture shopping together

Not going to be roomies just yet.
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The Weeknd reportedly paid nearly $20 million for this house.
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The saltwater pool.
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Inside the 12,000-square-foot main house.
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A patio overlooking the grounds.
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An outdoor pavilion.
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The entry.
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It appears that Selena Gomez and the Weeknd won’t be moving in together anytime in the near future. Just a few days after Gomez bought a new abode in Studio City, The Weeknd followed suit and made his own big home purchase.

And The Weeknd (real name: Abel Makkonen Tesfaye) may have one-upped his girlfriend‘s $2.25 million four-bedroom residence–he reportedly doled out nearly $20 million for a nine-bedroom, 11-bathroom estate in the Hidden Hills area of Los Angeles. The enormous 12,000-square-foot estate was built in 2016.

The Weeknd. MARTIN BUREAU/AFP/Getty Images

The residence includes a 25-foot-tall entry with custom glass and steel doors, and inside, there’s a chef’s kitchen, formal dining room with a fireplace and wine cellar, home theater, music lounge, studio and gym. There’s also an indoor-outdoor bar and an outdoor living room.

A 1,200-square-foot, two-bedroom, two-bathroom guest house also sits on the nearly 3-acre property, and there’s a saltwater pool, 10-person spa, outdoor kitchen and a barbecue center, as well as an entertainment pavilion with fire pits and covered patios. Not to mention the 8-stall barn—perhaps The Weeknd is considering trying out the equestrian life.

More selfies coming soon. Selena Gomez/Instagram

While the new couple might not be shacking up anytime soon, at least now they can embark on the decorating and furnishing process together, and surely take a few Instagram-worthy snaps while doing so.

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